Custom Foot Orthotics

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Custom Foot Orthotics

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4.8 average, based on 11 reviews

$177.53 $80.90

(Quantity discounts available)

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Custom Accomodative Therapeutic Foot Orthotics

"Accommodative" means designed with the primary goal of conforming to the anatomy of a particular individual.

"Orthotic foot device" means a custom fabricated or fitted medical device used to support, correct, or alleviate neuromuscular or musculoskeletal dysfunction, disease, injury, or deformity.

How Do I Order Custom Foot Orthotics?

You answer the questions and then Pay on our site!

What Happens Next?

1.   We ship you a box of foam with instructions on how to take a mold on your feet.           

2.   With prepaid postage, mail the molds back to us

3.   When we receive the molds a licensed Orthotists or Pedorthist will call you.

4.   After discussion, the custom foot orthotics are made and mailed back to you!

Why do we do it this way?

We believe that this is the only online method for the customer to obtain a truly custom Foot Orthotic. The customer can rest assured they are receiving the correct insert for their situation,  while never leaving the house.

Why the Conversation?

  • The mold of your foot gives the Pedorthist a decent idea of your foot problems, but there are so many other factors and options.
  • Do you want to change if you’re walking on the inside or outside of your foot?
  • Do you have foot, ankle, Knee, or Back pain and where?
  • Diabetic Neuropathy?
  • Do you want low profile so you can wear them in any shoe?
  • What is your activity level? Are you an athlete or runner?
  • Are you a court athlete (Tennis, Basketball, Soccer, etc.) that displays rapid medial to lateral movements?
  • What cover material is best for your situation?
  • Full Length or Partial Length?
  • Do you wear high heels over one inch?
  • Metatarsal Foot Pads for pain in the ball area of the foot?
  • Planter Fasciitis, Diabetes, Foot Deformities
  • Too many to list, frankly the options become astronomical.

How Long Does the Process Take?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Once we receive the imprinted molds , approximately two weeks!

How are they Made?

Our Custom Lab uses State-of-the-Art equipment combined with the most current technology to fabricate Custom Therapeutic Shoe Inserts. From the imprints of your foot, a digital scan of the impression is made, capturing an accurate 3D Scan, including the arch.  3D scanning creates a data sampling every four hundredths of an inch and as such, has been found to be more accurate than plaster castings which are still commonly used.  The 3D Scan is then loaded into a CNC Router, drilling a precise replica of the customer's foot.  The perfect, highest quality insert for your foot is then made.

Why are your inserts less expensive than others? With the use of modern technology we can produce our products with less labor and pass the savings onto you. We do not cut corners or skimp on materials. You will receive a custom orthotic that is made of the finest materials available. Once we have the mold of your feet, we can fabricate the 2nd and 3rd pair for less.                 2 pairs - $149.98      3 pairs - $197.97

Most Important - All products are developed under the supervision and workmanship of licensed Orthotists and Pedorthists that signify over 50 years of experience.

Product Code Custom Therapeutic Foot Orthotics
Manufacturer Houska
Condition New
Weight 1lb

You can save money on this item when you purchase several at a time. The table below shows the minimum quantities required to benefit from this offer, and how much they'll cost.

Quantity Price per unit
1 $177.53
2+ $149.98
3+ $197.97

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.8

High Arch

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I have had super high arches my whole life. These have caused me saddlebone disformity, which isn't to painful but I can't wear any kind of slip on shoe, they must have laces. I finally broke down and purcased a custom orthotic. What a difference. I used to buy $200.00 shoes thinking a good quality shoe would give better arch support. Now I can just slip these inserts into anyshoe i wear and I have full arch support. I wish I would have purchased these 15 years ago. (29 Dec 2015, 15:14)

Knee Pain

1 2 3 4 5
I have knee pain and it is even getting hard for me to walk. I was reading that orthotics could help so I gave these a try. The people were wonderful, without them I never would have ordered the right product. I can now walk twice as far as before, which isn't much, I'm 85 but I guess it is all relative. (17 Dec 2015, 23:40)

Gait change

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I have been walking on the outside of feet for years, I think it is called supinate? I have been having knee pain lately so I thought I would try a Orthotic. There service is delightful, I love talking to a real person. The foot expert understood exactly what was wrong with my walk. She made me a pair of orthotics. They hurt at first a couple weeks, but she warned me that they would. Now I walk differently and have little or no knee pain. (10 Dec 2015, 23:09)


1 2 3 4 5
The Service is wonderful. I'm so glad that I got to talk to a pedorthist. If not I would have ordered something completly different. I have heel pain and walk on the outside of my foot. There were a few options. I chose to go with a 3/4 orthotic just to make sure they would fit in all my shoes and they do. Thank you MondayMedical (05 Dec 2015, 20:07)

Plantar Fasciitis

1 2 3 4 5
My heel was really in pain and I couldn't get it to Heal or I just kept re injuring it. After I spoke to the Pedorthists, she was really knowledgeable and I could tell she had dealt with this problem many times before. Anyways my orthotics have almost eliminated the pain and I feel like it is finally healing. (03 Dec 2015, 23:37)
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